- Graduate School
- Division of Economics Correspondence Education
- Faculty Members
- Shiro Takeda
Professor Shiro Takeda
|Area and Subject Taught||Environmental Economics|
|Research Theme(s)||Climate Change Policy (Emissions Trading System), Computable General Equilibrium Analysis|
|Academic Degrees||Ph.D. in Economics|
|Keywords for Research Field||Climate Change Policy, Environmental Policy, Computable General Equilibrium Analysis|
|Office Phone Number||Not public|
My current research theme is economic analysis of climate change policy. In particular, I am studying emissions trading and emissions tax, using a computable general equilibrium analysis.
Notable Publications and Works
- Yamazaki, Masato., and Takeda, Shiro (2016). “A Computable General Equilibrium Assessment of Japan’s Nuclear Energy Policy and Implications for Renewable Energy.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.
- Yamazaki, Masato and Takeda, Shiro (2013). “An assessment of nuclear power shutdown in Japan using the computable general equilibrium model.” Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management, 3(1), 36–55.
- Takeda, Shiro, Arimura, Toshi H., Tamechika, Hanae, Fischer, Carolyn, & Fox, Alan K. (2013). “Output-based allocation of emissions permits for mitigating the leakage and competitiveness issues for the Japanese economy.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 16(1), 89–110.
- Takeda, Shiro, Horie Tetsuya, Toshi H. Arimura, (2012), “A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis of Border Adjustments Under The Cap-And-Trade System: A Case Study Of The Japanese Economy”, Climate Change Economics, Vol.3, No.1.
- Takeda, Shiro (2010) “A computable general equilibrium analysis of the welfare effects of trade liberalization under different market structures”, International Review of Applied Economics, Vol.24, No.1, pp.75-93.
- Takeda, Shiro (2007) “The double dividend from carbon regulations in Japan”, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, Vol. 21, Issue 3, pp. 336-364.